Which state would you like to be used as the model for the US?
Because it is national in scope, the ? is referring to the government running of the state, not it environment. Then transferring that method to the federal government.
by Credence2 5 years ago
According to this article:http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/brea … =223353661So where is the age of majority? Is it 18 or 21? This issue has always irritated me since I was that age. This second class citizenship for those of an age falls within the no-man land consistently makes my skin...
by dutchman1951 8 years ago
Should the Courts allow this? Why would a Foreign government be allowed to sue any US State? Have we already lost State rights? What the H... are we doing, even entertaining a idea like this for?
by ga anderson 5 years ago
The conservatives are going nuts.The fanatics are screaming, "Remember Waco and Ruby Ridge."Tea Party and Republican politicians are flocking to get on camera in support of rancher Cliven Bundy.But, Is this rancher right?The gist:A cattle rancher grazes his cattle on public land. His...
by Demas W Jasper 2 years ago
It's ironic? The Democrat/Dixiecrats used to be the champions of state's rights the Repubs are now!AT a senior center today the Pledge of Allegiance was said which includes "and to the republic for which it stands." Power closer to the people and the businesses that pay the taxes...
by NOYFOB 3 years ago
Is there any real reason why government needs to be involved in marriage?There is no constitutional right to marriage based on the constitution.Marriage until recently was the domain of the states and they set the requirement for licensing marriage.Then the federal government took over and told the...
by Credence2 3 years ago
Having just gone through an article featuring photos of the Confederate flag on display in aspects of American life in the South particularly, I ask the question what is the allure.Some time has passed since the tragedy in Charleston. You can take the flag down from the flagpole but not remove the...
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